I just want to thank everyone for their incredible support. It was super confronting doing this. Sharing my story is easy. The words were easy. Talking about things is easy. Wearing a sports bra at 100kg and being filmed during exercise is not easy. But I am really glad I did it, because of whats happened since. The amount of people who have reached out on social media, and in person, who have PCOS, or are struggling with weight loss, and feeling like they can’t cope, has been astounding.
It has really pushed me out of my comfort zone, and really helped me accept that this lifestyle is permanent. PCOS doesn’t go away. Losing weight helps a shitload, but it never goes away. I am literally about to turn 34, and I already have only a 20% chance of conceiving. We have been trying since I was 30. PCOS is a huge part of not being able to conceive. Being obese gave me PCOS. I did this to myself and while I don’t have a chance to fully undo the damage, I can repair some of it.
The people who have contacted me regarding PCOS, it fucking sucks and I hear you, and I can relate, and if you ever need to vent / cry / scream with someone, I am your girl. Just hit me up on here or social media.
For those who have contacted me and given me love, support, advice, and hope, I truly thank you from the bottom of my hello kittyfied heart. This is my struggle / mission / journey / story, but you are now all apart of it, and you give me added incentive to try harder, and to succeed.
To Cheryl and the team at Rock The Naked Truth, I am eternally grateful for what you guys have done for me. Big massive love to you all.
My family, from whom I have never had anything but unconditional love and support from, love you all like crazy!
Finally, to my rock and my whole world, Trontrooper, I couldn’t do any of this without you. I love you to an alien spaceship and back.